How can I get out of my Purdue housing contract?
You may cancel your signed contract online until the cancellation deadline of December 1, 2021 at 11:55 p.m. EST. After the contract cancellation deadline, your signed contract may only be cancelled if you do not attend Purdue University during the contract period.
How do I contact Purdue housing?
For information on University-operated housing, please contact University Residences at 765-494-1000 or visit their website at www.housing.purdue.edu.
When can you apply for housing Purdue?
To increase the chances of receiving on-campus housing, new incoming beginning freshmen are encouraged to submit their contract by April 15. The deadline for new incoming beginning freshmen and new Exchange Program students to sign a housing contract for the 2022-2023 Academic Year is May 5, 2022 at 11:59 p.m. EDT.
Where do most freshmen live at Purdue?
- 41 percent of Purdue’s fall 2020 residential undergraduate students live on campus, including 92 percent of all incoming new students.
- Purdue’s room and board rates are the lowest in the Big Ten.
How do I email Purdue?
If you would like to request a service, or have a question that is not time sensitive, please email the customer service center at [email protected].
How do I contact Purdue admissions?
The Office of Admissions remains open and ready to answer questions you might have by email, [email protected], or by phone, 765-494-1776.
How long is a Purdue housing contract?
Can I contract for only one semester? Contract Renewal is for the entire 2022-23 Academic Year.
Is Purdue housing first come first serve?
A limited number of student permits are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Residence hall permits are valid in any space posted with a sign for “Residence Hall” parking.
Are Purdue’s dorms nice?
They’re really nice, but the entire building is nearly all data mine LC(correct me if I’m wrong). They’re also really far from campus. Shreve & Earhart- where I lived freshman year. It’s almost all engineering and college of science students, with a lot of learning communities within it.